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Can current land uses on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona coexist with improved ecological and hydrological function? Sensory experiences designed to heighten awareness of seasonal changes are built into an ecological infrastructure full of "slow water soak zones." Opportunities for social and ecological connectivity mesh with "learning by doing" in true Cal Poly style.

The illustrations depict dry season flow in San Jose Creek. Several inches of water typically cover the bottom of the channel.

Winter 2014 Project Blue First Place winner.